SA’s heroines must speak for Palestine

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Twenty years ago, journalist and political activist Joyce Sikhakhane-Rankin told the Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC) that time hadn’t shaken off her torture.

Sikhakhane-Rankin, who went into exile as an ANC cadre in 1972 and was also associated with the black consciousness movement, took the oath on day two of the special Women’s Hearing.

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